Welcome to the NT Mental Health Coalition
The Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition (NTMHC) is the peak body for community managed (NGO) mental health sector in the Northern Territory. The NTMHC has a network of around 200 individuals, organisations and stakeholders including a membership of about 35 organisations across the Northern Territory.
NTMHC engages and consults regularly with the NGO community mental health sector, its’ members and stakeholders through workshops, surveys, forums, one on one discussions, social media, events such as Mental Health Week promotion, phone and email contact.
NT Mental Health Coalition, as a member of Community Mental Health Australia (CHMA), is pleased to announce that from 2017, newparadigm, the Australian Journal on Psychosocial Rehabilitation, will be published in partnership between (Psychiatric Disability Services Victoria (VICSERV) and Community Mental Health Australia (CMHA), the community mental health national peak body.
To view latest edition click here
NDIA will be hosting a series of information sessions in various locations:
Darwin, Alice Springs, Katherine and Tiwi Islands.
For more information or to register click here
SPA would like to hear from you regarding your willingness to be involved in the consultation. Could you please register your interest and preferred mode of participation via this link:
- NT Quality and Safeguarding Framework
- NT Quality and Safeguarding Domains, Elements and Indicators Guide
- NT Quality and Safeguarding Framework – Presentation – Workshop 04 Nov 16
- NT Quality and Safeguarding Framework Summary Overview
- NT Quality and Safeguarding – Questions and Answers – Workshop 4 Nov 16
The Coalition would like to congratulate our member organisation Mental Health Association of Central Australia (MHACA’s ) Suicide Story program which receive The Northern Territory Fitzgerald Human Rights award for Social Change on 7 December 2016.
MHACA is very proud of ‘Suicide Story – Our Way’ and its way of using cultural practices to guide participants through the process of understanding suicide and reducing stigma so communities can help one another in times of crisis.
Suicide Story would not have been possible without the hard work and commitment of many brothers, sisters, aunties, uncles and elders throughout the NT who provided their wisdom in its development and implementation.
MHACA would like to acknowledge the work and dedication of all the Suicide Story team members from Central, Barkly and Top End regions both past and present. This includes, Suicide Story Facilitators, Program Managers, Project Officers, Trainers, past SSAAG members and all community members who have welcomed our program into their lives and contributed to its growing strength.
Finally, they gratefully acknowledge their sponsors, the Northern Territory Department of Health and the Northern Territory Primary Health Network.
For more information about Suicide Story please call 8950 4600 or visit the MHACA website.
The Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition on behalf of this members has submitted a submission to The Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory, the report is now available.
The Darwin Mental Health Network is an information sharing and networking opportunity for frontline staff and workers within the Community Mental Health Sector. To join the network and for more information contact Noelene Armstrong, Mental Health Coordinator on 1800 242 636 or Noelene.firstname.lastname@example.org
Far North Queensland Partners in Recovery (PiR) mental health roadmap booklet entitled Which Way?
The NT PHN Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Needs Assessment
This template must be used to submit the Primary Health Network’s (PHN’s) Needs Assessment report to the Department of Health (the Department) by 30 March 2016 as required under Item E.5 of the Standard Funding Agreement with the Commonwealth.
Download the pdf: The NT PHN Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Needs Assessment
The Gayaa Dhuwi (Proud Spirit) Declaration – a Call to Action for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership in the Australian mental health system.
Community Managed Mental Health Sector National Disability Insurance Scheme Workforce Development Scoping Paper Project
Bilateral agreement between the Commonwealth and NT – Transition to a National Disability Insurance Scheme